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Mitsubishi Forklift Truck FD20HS, FD25HS, FD30HS, FG20S, FD25S, FG30S Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Mitsubishi Diesel and LPG Forklift Truck FD/FG-Series.

Original factory manuals for Mitsubishi Lift Trucks contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate, maintenance and repair your truck. All Manuals Printable, without restrictions, contains Searchable Text and bookmarks

Covered models:
FD20HS (CF50-10011-up)
FD25HS (CF50-50011-up)
FD30HS (CF51-10011-up)
FG20S (CF54-10011-up)
FG25S (CF54-50011-up)
FG30S (CF55-10011-up)

Format: PDF, 192 Pages
Language: English

Contents:
1. SAFETY RULES FOR FORKLIFTTRUCK OPERATORS .
General
Decals, Location
Decals, Description
Survive in a Tipover Decal
Tipover Warnings
Operation Warning Decal
With Headguard Decal / Load Backrest Extension
Fuel changeover instructions decal
Parking Brake Decal
Cooling Fan
Radiator Cap
No One under / on Forks / Pinch Points
Crush and Pinch Points
Capacity Plate
No Riders Warning Decal
Engine Coolant Decal
Deflate Air Before Loosening Nut Decal
No Contamination Permissible Decal
Safety Rules
Operating Precautions
Working Precautions
LP-Gas
2. KNOW YOUR FORKLIFT TRUCK .
Serial Number and CapacityPlate
Model View
MC Model
Driving Switches and Controls
Direction Lever
Turn Signal / Light Switch
Key Switch
Steering Column Tilt Lever
Inching Pedal
Meter Panel
Warning Lights and Indicator Lights
Warning Lamps and Indicators
Basic Screen Display
Operating Controls
Lift Lever
Tilt Lever
Operator Seat
Seat Adjustment
Forward and Back Adjustment
Reclining Angle Adjustment
Pocket for the Manual
Seat Belt
Engine Hood
Hood Latch
Drawbar Pin (Option)
3. HOW TO AVOID A TIPOVER; HOW TO SURVIVE ONE .
Know What Forklift Truck Stability Is
Center of Gravity (CG)
Stability and Center of Gravity
Forklift Truck Stability Base
Capacity (Weight and Load Center)
Capacity Plate
For Example
Dos and Donts to Avoid Tipover
How to Survive in a Tipover
4. REFUELING
Gasoline and Diesel Engine Equipped
LP-Gas Equipped
For Standard LP-Gas Tank
5. OPERATION
New Forklift Truck Break-in
Before Starting Engine
Assist Grip
Starting Engine
Gasoline / LP-Gas Dual Fuel Type
Instruction for Changeover of Fuel Between LP-Gas and Gasoline
Starting Engine
Gasoline Engine Model
LP-Gas Engine Model
Diesel Engine Model
Engine Won't Start
When Engine Is "Flooded"
When Engine Is Started after Long Idle Period
After Starting Engine
Before Moving Forklift Truck
Forklift Truck Operation
Changing Speed
Changing Direction
Operating Techniques
Steering (Turning)
Inching
Stopping Forklift Truck
Parking Forklift Truck (After Stopping)
6. OPERATING TECHNIQUES .
Stacking Methods
Stacking Different Loads in Size
Stacking Small Identical Loads
Stacking Large Identical Loads
Handling Loads Safely
Fork Spread Adjustment
Inching Into and Lifting the Load
Traveling with the Load
Unloading
Working on Grades
Normal Travel Position
Traveling on a Grade
Stopping on a Grade
Starting on a Grade (Engine Stalls on a Grade)
7. STORING THE FORKLIFT TRUCK
End of Each Shift Storage
Long Term Storage
Storage within 3 Months
Storage Exceeding 3 Months
8. TRANSPORTATION HINTS
Forklift Truck Loading and Shipping
Forklift Truck Lifting and Tiedown Information
9. SPECIAL SITUATIONS
Care in Cold Weather
Fuel Oils and Lubrication Oils
Battery
Engine Coolant
Care in Hot Weather
Fuel Oils and Lubrication Oils
Battery
Engine Coolant
Severe Dust or Lint Conditions
Air Cleaner Element
Engine Oil and Engine Oil Filter
Hydraulic Oil
Hydraulic Tank Return Filter
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
If a Tire Blows Out
If a Tire Blows out During Traveling or Operation
Changing Tires
Before Changing Tires
To Remove Wheel
To Raise Front Wheel
To Raise Rear Wheel
To Install Wheel
To Add Air to Tires
Stalled Engine.
Before Starting the Engine Again
If the Warning Lamps Light
Trouble with the LP-Gas Equipment.
Starting with Jumper Cables
If Lamps Won't Glow
How to Check Fuses and Lamps
If the Forklift Truck Won't Change Directions
If the Mast Stops Moving
11. MAINTENANCE
General.
Inspection Precautions
Maintenance Schedule.
Every 10 Service Hours orDaily (Pre-Start),
Whichever Comes First
Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly, Whichever Comes First
One Month (30 days) or 200 Service Hours after Delivery of a New Truck
Whichever Comes First
Every 500 Service Hours or 3 Months, Whichever Comes First
Every 1000 Service Hours or 6 Months, Whichever Comes First
Every 2000 Service Hours or 1 year, Whichever Comes First
Every 10 Service Hours or Daily (Pre-Start),
Whichever Comes First
Faulty Operation Found the Day Before
Oil, Fuel or Coolant Leaks
Fuel Cap
Tires and Rims
Wheel Nuts
Tire Pressure
Lamps and Lens
Assist Grip
Overhead Guard
Mast and Forks
Load Backrest Extension
Lift Chains
Mast and Lift Bracket
Lift Cylinder Mounting Bolts
Tilt Cylinder Socket Bolts
Lift and Tilt Cylinder
Battery
Engine Coolant
Engine Oil
Engine Cooling Fan
Transmission
Electrical Wires
Hydraulic Oil
Operator Seat
Steering Column
Steering Wheel
Horn
Service Brakes
Parking Brake Lever
Brake Pedal
Inching Pedal
Accelerator Pedal
Seat Belt
Fuel
Head Lamp and Working Lamp
Turn Signal Lamp
Stop Lamps (Option)
Back-up Lamps (Option)
Lamps of Meter Panel
Meter Panel
Engine (Exhaust, Noise, and Vibration)
Mast Strip Sliding Surfaces
Clutch
Brake Pedal
Steering Wheel
After the Daily (Pre-Start) Inspection
Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly, Whichever Comes First
Brake Hoses, Pipes, and Joints
Fan & Alternator Drive Belt
Hydraulic Hoses, Pipes, and Joints
Air Cleaner Element
One Month (30 days) or 200 Service Hours after Delivery of a New Truck, Whichever Comes First
Radiator Filler Cap
Radiator Rubber Hose
Alternator
Starter
Cylinder Head Bolt & Manifold Nut
Electrical Wires
Intake & Exhaust Valve
Engine Oil
Bolts and Nuts (Frame & Chassis)
Fuel Filter (Diesel)
Fuel Filter (Gasoline)
Hydraulic Tank Return Oil Filter
Mast Support
Tilt Socket Pins
King Pins
Tie Rod Pins
Every 500 Service Hours or 3 Months,
Whichever Comes First
Radiator Fin
Battery
Engine Idle Speed (for G/L dual engine)
Engine Oil
Bolts, Nuts (Frame & Chassis)
Tar in Vaporizer
Fuel Filter (LP-Gas)
Spark Plug
Lift Chains
Mast Support
Tilt Socket Pins
Mounting Bush of Rear Axle
King Pins
Tie Rod Pins
Differential
Every 1000 Service Hours or 6 Months,
Whichever Comes First
Alternator
Starter
Cylinder Head Bolt & Manifold Nut
Fuel Filter (Diesel)
Fuel Filter (Gasoline)
Hydraulic System
Air Cleaner Element
Powershift Transmission
Differential
Every 2000 Service Hours or 1 Year, Whichever Comes First
Service Brake Fluid
Engine Coolant
Fuel Filter (LP-Gas)
Hydraulic Oil
Parts to Be Changed Periodically
12. SERVICE DATA
Fuel Information
Gasoline (Gas) Specification
Diesel Fuel Specifications
Liquefied Petroleum (LP-Gas)
Coolant Information
Coolant Water
Antifreeze Solution
Recommended Fuels and Oils
Specifications (Standard Models)
Refill Capacities
Capacities and Forklift Truck Weight (Standard Models)
13. TO THE MITSUBISHI FORKLIFT TRUCK OWNER
The Importance of Genuine Parts
Instructions for Ordering Parts
Service Registration.
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